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alone and nancy pelosi in the house said much the same. they're putting and knocking a lot off the table. >> so you won't like this, but two separate issues. stimulus spending on one hand, the president hasn't called for it. leave entitlement spending alone, again, not the central argument that the president has been making, he has already indicated that he is willing to look at entitlement spending and he is willing to compromise on that. >> the details and-- >> charlie, by the way, here is where you can'teally believe him. he's made specific recommendations on taxes, it's all laid out there, you know, dividends, you know, upper brackets. he's not made one specific recommendation on entitlement cuts, so-- >> because that's not his primary position, he has indicated he's willing, and-- >> that's right, he doesn't want to do that. >> charlie. >> what do you make of that, that's not on t agenda? >> and he's not submitted a budget in three and a half years period, and he's extreme tli vague, one idea which is correct. tax the rich more, but the rest of it is all just fog, smoke and mirrors.
spending because the proposal so far, a prominent democrats in the nancy pelosi in the house, not touching entitlements, the sentiment among some of these liberal senators who want to a get 30 signatures on this letter. don't touch pretty much any spending. >> and you are looking at the market today, continuing to sell-off. and we are entering into correction territory. some people we will scream this market is oversold. the reaction it was too fierce. the presidential election, but something to point out, if you look back at history typically after a presidential election you normally get a bump in the market because there is certainty brought to the market. republican or democrat, it's over. but this time not the case. there is just no certainty for companies or investors. you do have this mass exodus from the stock market right now from everything for that matter. leaving gold, oil, everything. neil: how long do we expect this to last? i can understand, you know, getting over the confusion and then the shock that they are still fighting in still hate each other, as if that should war an
should be really afraid of and you know, i've heard people, in your corner like nancy pelosi actually cheer how many people are on food stamp and heard her talk about the multiplier effect and commercials on the radio, hey, go out and get food stamps, is that really the country you want us to be? >> well, look the people who are qualified for food stamps ought to get them instead of going hungry. a program that bob dole and others put together at the beginning. the reality yes we don't want people on food stamps we want people with jobs and working. no question about na. charles: to be fair, mark-- >> the reality we've been in a very deep resection and working out of their recession and while we're working out of this recession, there are not enough jobs. charles: do you fear, one of my greatest fears, it's becoming more seductive to go ahead and drop out the jobs market and give up, because the dole of so much easier. when you start to weigh the pros and cons, that says i'll get my rent paid, and health care paid, a free cell phone, i'll get food, why would i work? why anyone making
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